Harvard Limits Facility Access to On-Campus Athletes

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Harvard athletes must live on campus in order to participate in workouts and training activities when the spring semester begins.

According to The Harvard Crimson, Harvard director of athletics Erin McDermott emailed the university’s coaches Friday to inform them that the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Pandemic Planning and Response Group has decided that athletes living off of the Cambridge, Mass., campus can’t participate in on-campus training due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The rationale is to prioritize students in-residence for any auxiliary spaces,” McDermott wrote, according to The Harvard Crimson. “The in-residence students are being asked to comply with a much stricter compact and the access to other spaces is to provide outlets and additional services to them specifically.

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